Has anyone mastered CS6's variable stroke width? I tried it for the first time last night and was really pleased. Obviously, I need more practice, but very cool.
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10 months ago
Haven't tried it! Is it a new CS6 feature? I may have to investigate...
maybe CS5? (I jumped from CS4 to CS6, so its new to me). Either way, its pretty awesome. Each lettering sample is a single stroke width modified at certain points on the line to increase/decrease weight.
Sounds new to me! This looks great, by the way :)
µhmm!!… I think its a new CS6 nice feature.
It was part of CS5. Gradient on Stroke is a CS6 feature. :)
This feature sounds very cool, how did I not know!
cs5 - i use it a lot in illustrator
I've tried this feature before. Do you talk about Photoshop CS 6? I think this feature was adopted from Illustrator CS5. The problem with this technique is that you can't edit the stroke using previous Ps version (CS5).
Lovely shot. Yep CS5, a real game changer though. I have CS4 at home and CS5/6 at work and its hard to adjust to home life without it!
Lovely! @matt yow
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